How To Use Orchestrate In A Sentence

  • Their preferences ultimately shaped the place of worship that Warren built, and the result of that consumer-driven approach to creating Saddleback is a deliberately contemporary, highly professionalized operation with a carefully orchestrated feel-good atmosphere. American Grace
  • The orchestrated escort and the accompanying police violence in clearing the picket reflected the involvement of city based police, the local constabulary having been cooperative with the workers.
  • Her father used to orchestrate proofs about evil as a way of persuading his flock to convert. WICKED: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST
  • The demonstration was carefully orchestrated to attract maximum publicity.
  • And they have a slightly alternative soundtrack to which they orchestrate their moves.
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  • Libya, it was claimed, had ordered the embassy to orchestrate a night of carnage in the nightclub and ‘cause maximum and indiscriminate damages’.
  • The Toronto art-rockers have a tendency to go for the extreme, whether it is a lavishly orchestrated children's record or a rock opus telling the story of the Group
  • Our experience of Harold Pinter's The Dumb Waiter, directed by Landon Johnson for Vespertine Productions at The Flight Theatre at The Complex Theatres, is not so much that of a fly on a wall; a fly's buzz would unbalance Johnson's tersely orchestrated suspense tale of two hit men in a Birmingham basement. James Scarborough: Hollywood Fringe: The Dumb Waiter, Vespertine Productions & Girl Band in the Men's Room, Dirty Blonde Productions
  • His major concern is to strengthen his position and that of his clique in the French-orchestrated power-sharing deal.
  • Surely, there had to be a highly developed public relations conspiracy orchestrated in the background.
  • The onetime Republican power broker faces up to 99 years in prison on felony charges that he orchestrated an illegal plan to funnel campaign cash to state GOP candidates who, after being elected, redrew congressional districts to favor their party. DeLay Corruption Trial Starts
  • While leaders in Beijing remain vigilant against Japanese "rearmament," their rhetoric is part of an orchestrated strategy to overtake Japan as the region's pre-eminent power. Smoke Alarm
  • This is the story of New York city date doctor employed by socially-inept men to help orchestrate their first three dates with the women of their dreams.
  • RUA are Liz Madden and Gloria Mulhall who compose, arrange, orchestrate, produce and perform all their own music.
  • Her father used to orchestrate proofs about evil as a way of persuading his flock to convert. WICKED: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST
  • R. did not so much wallow in self-pity as luxuriate in a whimpering, orchestrated, self-flagellating symphony of slights, woes, and despairs.
  • Energy, however, unless properly channeled, formally controlled and orchestrated, can end up as pandemonium - a lot of senseless rushing around and a merciless, cacophonous din.
  • As expected chavismo is gloating, including very, very unseemingly the new president of the TSJ who was not involved directly in that decision although we can be quite certain he orchestrated it. 03/06/2005 - 03/13/2005
  • An ‘anti-national’ Press is not alone in its dissent from the orchestrated spectacle.
  • Like all histories and memories, the history of the self is always orchestrated from fragments of information, both factual and fictional, into a conceptual matrix that re-presents truth or reality.
  • The hospitalist medical director oversaw the nurse practitioners and the attending physicians in the intervention group, wrote the disease-specific pathways, and assembled and orchestrated the daily multidisciplinary team.
  • Incidents of civil disobedience are now jointly orchestrated by participants and police so they can be carried out with minimum fuss.
  • Brandon's been a friend of mine for a really long time, but Eric Stephenson is the one who masterfully orchestrated the deal to co-publish King City with TokyoPop and Image Comics," Keatinge said. More from TokyoPop + Image on King City’s return | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • Such a machine synchronizes thousands upon thousands of cast dice in order to orchestrate the manifestation, if not the disappearance, of their “broken sentences,” each word extracted from a grammatical series of coherent points and then implanted into a statistical series of isolated events. Poetic Machines 06 : Christian Bök : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation
  • I suspect the sniping is all being orchestrated by one disgruntled driver. The Volokh Conspiracy » Oklahoma House of Representatives Proposes Ban on Use of Foreign Law in Oklahoma Courts
  • They say the inferno was a mass suicide orchestrated by Koresh, who had predicted an attack and told followers to be ready to die for him in a fire that would take them all to heaven. Surviving Davidians mark tragedy’s
  • Van Jones, who was purged from the White House through a Fox News-orchestrated smear campaign, told a gathering of activists in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, that the day after Obama's election, "you gave away your power" by receding to the sidelines or turning their attention to individual issues while neglecting the over-arching narrative. Adele Stan: GOP Wave: Progressives Not Bold Enough?
  • Even when he was held prisoner in a Siberian gulag he managed to orchestrate his release.
  • Our experience of Harold Pinter's The Dumb Waiter, directed by Landon Johnson for Vespertine Productions at The Flight Theatre at The Complex Theatres, is not so much that of a fly on a wall; a fly's buzz would unbalance Johnson's tersely orchestrated suspense tale of two hit men in a Birmingham basement. James Scarborough: Hollywood Fringe: The Dumb Waiter, Vespertine Productions & Girl Band in the Men's Room, Dirty Blonde Productions
  • A concerted communist attempt to oust Ross from the railways union was thwarted as a result of lobbying and branch stacking orchestrated by Ferguson.
  • Fights were sometimes orchestrated under false pretences, so that inmates could swipe and pilfer a target person's store items.
  • This carefully orchestrated progression was upset soon after it was created: in January 1938, ice pushed the Honeymoon Bridge off of its abutments, causing it to collapse.
  • They talked up the threat cyber security is to national security, but now Marcus Sachs and co are starting to look stupid on the world cyberstage, because their claims of bgp disruption, satellite communications going down and a cyber 9/11 orchestrated by Taliban isn't a reality threat, its just a buzz threat model to create stimulation and growth in an industry that is running out of profit options. The Download Blog: Software tips, news, and opinions from Download.com editors
  • Too many occasions ruined by intrusive waiters demanding that you shut up and listen to them describe what you are about to eat before you eat it, too many orchestrated removals of silver covers - abracadabra, hocus pocus!
  • The lengthy trumpet solo near the end, which the program notes advise is an orchestrated soliloquy from the opera on a John Donne poem, was only the most prominent example. Music review: Adams's 'Doctor Atomic' by BSO at Strathmore
  • Dr. Raphael Valko and his wife Seraphina Valko orchestrated a campaign to excavate the body of a fallen angel from a cave in the Rhodope Mountains in 1943. Living With Music: A Playlist by Danielle Trussoni - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com
  • Bardo frowned again, and it was obvious that he was uneasy with allowing Hanuman to help orchestrate the joyance. THE BROKEN GOD
  • Power management software can orchestrate the graceful shutdown of critical systems when power outages extend beyond the limits of backup systems.
  • Sinatra always knew which orchestrater worked best on which kind of song, and so he selected songs with the orchestrater in mind -- and vice versa. Sinatra The Man Behind the Myth
  • In this case, it sounds as if the President blew off the question so, if it was orchestrated, the orchestra was off-key. Reliable Sources: Journos spar over Obama presser question
  • The buildings have carefully orchestrated material palettes, which are often experimental and always finely crafted.
  • It took three more years to orchestrate, and the opera premiered in Paris in November 1983.
  • So, by creation, we mean an origin event contrary to natural processes that has been orchestrated or imposed by a greater power.
  • As the Alabama sortied across the Pacific, it dawned on Chief Petty Officer Feller that one way to recoup some of the money he and other servicemen-ballplayers had sacrificed during the war was to orchestrate a series of interracial barnstorming games. Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert
  • Phoenix needs its maestro to orchestrate its attack, especially with Cassell on the other side.
  • Later, he orchestrated the piece which is the one we hear in this recording.
  • It was the beginning of a new phase in which violence was organised and orchestrated with the abetment of the State.
  • Bardo frowned again, and it was obvious that he was uneasy with allowing Hanuman to help orchestrate the joyance. THE BROKEN GOD
  • George's desires are subsequently orchestrated with terrifying precision.
  • An even more striking case was that of the dowager Countess of Oxford, a devoted Ricardian who orchestrated opposition to Henry IV in Essex in 1403-4.
  • Media-orchestrated cults of personality and shameless historical revisionism, they already know about.
  • Even if you're not among the official 3,500 guests who will partake of the sumptuous, four-course wedding dinner orchestrated by the Louis XV's three-Michelin star chef Alain Ducasse all the vegetables will be plucked fresh from the prince's private garden the night before, you can still sample Mr. Ducasse's trademark gastro-morphing of southern French and Ligurian peasant food. To Catch a View in Monaco
  • Newton's millenarian enthusiasm, based upon the deeply held notion that human history was orchestrated by God, was matched later in the century by the millennial speculations of the high priest of rational Dissent, Joseph Priestley.
  • A takeover would be difficult to orchestrate without the backing of the pawnbroker's lenders. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her music is ever-changing, gorgeously orchestrated, and beautifully sung.
  • We do detect some sort of orchestrated opposition by incomers to the area, but locals don't seem to be bothered.
  • Horner was the principal architect of the air campaign and orchestrated its execution.
  • The demonstration was carefully orchestrated to attract maximum publicity.
  • Gateshead could again be without influential skipper and central midfield orchestrater Kris Gate (ankle), who was hugely-impressive on The Heed's last visit to South Cumbria. Evening Mail news round-up
  • Thanks Carol for the info, we are not big movie goers but occassionally one we want to see is only on at the local art house as was 9/11 until last week ... audience was older (50-60-70) than I would hope to have seen and the comments were about divided afterwards in scoffing at it as an orchestrated sound bite political commercial or saying I told you so, now it all makes sense .... Page 2
  • At a packed Tower Theater, on the outskirts of Philadelphia, the Wisconsin singer-songwriter, who performs under the name Bon Iver, reimagined his solitary odes to heartbreak as fully orchestrated pop anthems. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • The future figures for July will prove if it's a question of "personal appeal" orchestrated by an "assertive" -- let's be euphmistic -- ad campaign ... or voters who are looking critically at the platform of the candidate and how he's changed it. Poll: Obama Pulls Into Narrow Lead In Nevada
  • It can be as simple as assigning selected swimmers to highly unexpected events, or as complex as attempting to orchestrate upsets in predetermined key races.
  • In New York, UN chief Kofi Annan demanded an immediate end to what he called the continuing "orchestrated violence" directed against the United Nations in Ivory Coast in protest at a proposed disbanding of parliament. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • American intelligence believes the suspects arrested by Yemen "transited" Afghanistan before the bombing, indicating that bin Laden may have orchestrated, or at least supported, the attack. Pieces Of The Puzzle
  • Touch of Evil is a fascinating film noir, rich in its cast, camerawork and sound - all orchestrated by Orson Welles.
  • An orchestrated return to traditional family values has pressured conservative men to explicitly re-valorize women who accept traditional roles.
  • The inhibition of pathogenic bacteria by probiotics is an orchestrated combination of structure and function.
  • The song relies on some gorgeously orchestrated vocals over a somewhat sparse musical background.
  • It is almost as if there is an orchestrated campaign to take hard currency out of the market-place.
  • A growing number of Tibetans believe a less conciliatory position would improve their negotiating power; some advocate full independence or orchestrated campaigns of nonviolent "noncooperation" inside Tibet. What Tibet Wants
  • Presented with what was effectively a vase, big enough to drown a small cat, it struck me this apparent oversight was in fact a carefully orchestrated bar-tending conspiracy.
  • Now the question is whether Scheid can orchestrate a winning score for Janus.
  • Cheney's quiet, inner-directed motivation is simply impervious to the attacks orchestrated against him by the Chicago machine-style politicians at the White House, a fact also plainly visible to his fellow citizens," Bolton adds. Cheney named Conservative of the Year
  • Rather than an erotic jaunt on the part of two lovers, it was a carefully orchestrated semipolitical mission, discreetly sponsored by the U.S. State Department and camouflaged as a personal vacation. Bobby and Jackie
  • World Cup referees yesterday vowed to crack down on players who orchestrate and feign fouls to get opponents in trouble.
  • Accidental obscurity or dawdling is one thing, sure, but deliberate protraction and orchestrated ambiguity can be choices, no less elegant when carried off with expertise. Are You Meandering Around a Castle for 200 Pages? Well, Stop That, Suckah!
  • I orchestrated the Song of the Volga Boatmen.
  • The colonel was able to orchestrate a rebellion from inside an army jail.
  • I have never seen farce more keenly orchestrated and sanguinely enacted, the blatantly laughable always tinged with the bitingly caricatural, the fantastic, and the outrageous, without the slightest loss in basic humanity.
  • The orchestrated and improvised anarchy builds to a climax and the tune ends shortly thereafter.
  • Tad was the roommate and cousin of Lafayette Jenkins, one of the co-defendants, and the accused orchestrater of the entire murder. State Journal Featured Content
  • Colours are orchestrated in dark tones, such as sable, olive and black accented with flashes of ultramarine.
  • Most disturbing, the taxpayer will be funding an enormous, ill-defined programme, without any stipulation as yet that the banks who orchestrated the mess will pay a penalty.
  • Relief normally like to sweep out through the crowds, as an orchestrated extension to their dramatic final stage exit.
  • Gloria is not only a multi-instrumentalist (she plays violin and piano) but she also arranges and orchestrates all the music of Rua.
  • The little man with the gloves and short sleeves had no sooner orchestrated something at one end than he was thwarting his opponents at the other.
  • Their victory was largely a result of their brilliantly orchestrated election campaign.
  • Although, you know, again, when Scott does show signs of emotion, when he breaks down, the suggestion now is made that somehow he's faking or it may be orchestrated by his defense team.
  • Many feature elaborately costumed models posing in carefully orchestrated, dramatically lit tableaux.
  • The raucous viridian calls attention to the refined greenery of the garden, and in contrast the grave sound of the purplish nettles, in the foreground, orchestrate the simple poem.
  • I recall the acrimony poured out towards Jews on this nasty little "current affairs" show after the Hezbollah and Hamas wars and how an audience purposely packed with a crowd of rentaMuslims who have not appeared in such numbers since, how strange made the then US Ambassador cry after a particularly vicious and orchestrated post 9-11 backlash set up by the extremists at the BBC troughers Gentlemans Club on same "current affairs" show. OPEN THREAD
  • The development of tissue eosinophilia in allergic inflammatory responses is known to be orchestrated by a number of mediators.
  • Yet the chief orchestrater of the second neoconservative war of aggression is David Bromwich: Iraq, Israel, Iran
  • Their victory was largely a result of their brilliantly orchestrated election campaign.
  • BMW was certainly betting on a lot of media coverage of their whizzy new building, so much so that Domus magazine ended up running a catty piece on the carefully orchestrated media circus (which was when our photos were taken).
  • The first thing that came to mind is the Brown Shirt tactics to destroy town hall meetings all over the country orchestrated by the right wing to defeat health care reform and defeat Obama all in one fell swoop. America Under Attack-- Today
  • Remember that the Divine has a keen sense of rhythm in helping to orchestrate your life.
  • In contrast to this work's drypoint beauty, Robin Holloway's Fifth Concerto for Orchestra – a BBC commission and world premiere – was lustrous and glitteringly orchestrated, with many surprising and highly original textures. Die Walküre; Siegfried; BBC Proms 23, 26 & 27 – review
  • Horner was the principal architect of the air campaign and orchestrated its execution.
  • Their victory was largely a result of their brilliantly orchestrated election campaign.
  • Unless you believe that this three-word zinger popped into the mind of every Toronto leftie through some kind of progressive mind meld, then what we are seeing is an orchestrated campaign to stick a label on Mr. Ford and his cost-cutting exercise. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • An inquiry has begun into how the raid was orchestrated and what kind of risk assessment was taken.
  • But he also felt that regulation and government-orchestrated ‘cooperation’ within industry was needed to a theretofore unprecedented extent.
  • All Western democracies are now acutely aware of the apocalyptic consequences of a well-orchestrated attack on high-profile facilities.
  • When you orchestrate, coordinate and otherwise mess with fate, it's best to fly under the radar.
  • This comports with reports that as many as 79 percent of the 37,000 questionnaire responses were orchestrated by activists.
  • Colours are orchestrated in dark tones, such as sable, olive and black accented with flashes of ultramarine.
  • The first thing that came to mind is the Brown Shirt tactics to destroy town hall meetings all over the country orchestrated by the right wing to defeat health care reform and defeat Obama all in one fell swoop. America Under Attack-- Today
  • Reply not entirely but i do think that's part of it. i read it as he was assigning most of the blame to a hasty BOD decision. did barger help orchestrate that behind the scenes? who knows. The Cranky Flier
  • It was spanned by a hump-back bridge leading to a jungle path alive with the orchestrated hum of insects.
  • In my continuing education I learned that Mendelssohn orchestrated the scherzo of his octet.
  • The declaration by the U.N. that the fighting was "orchestrated, targeted and well-planned" – set off by organized groups of gunmen in ski masks – bolsters government claims that hired attackers marauded through Osh, shooting at both Kyrgyz and Uzbeks to inflame old tensions. Kyrgyz Violence: Red Cross Says 'Several Hundred' Killed In Ethnic Fighting
  • Snow — warm but steely, blue-rinsed, with a weakness for martinis (a weakness that in the end proved tragic) — orchestrated this and the other transformations that made “the Bazaar” (as she called it) under her tenure, from 1933 through 1957, into what is widely considered the finest and most innovative fashion magazine in history. Chairs, Rag Mags, Indian Wars
  • As it happens, this is just one telling detail in a carefully orchestrated tapestry of haunting effects.
  • | Reply | Permalink golly, if one was a suspicious type, one would think this was highly orchestrated p.r. move to hoodwink those 'low info' voters and the cable news chattermonkeys. what's that word josh likes to use -- oh yeah, 'bamboozle' the yokels. None Of Republican Moderates Who "Warned" Bush Voted For Iraq Bill
  • There were many voices, screaming differently, loudly raised in a badly orchestrated cantata.
  • The outrage eagerly orchestrated by the newspaper did not focus in a serious way on the needs and dangers facing rape survivors.
  • No orchestrater ever really challenged Sinatra, though they all supplied their input, which Sinatra welcomed. Sinatra The Man Behind the Myth
  • Such aspects of botanical illustration worked to decontextualize plant life and reinforced the idea of the efficacy of plant transfers, which undergirded the worldwide traffic in plants orchestrated by Kew Gardens. swoonrocket
  • The little man with the gloves and short sleeves had no sooner orchestrated something at one end than he was thwarting his opponents at the other.
  • Which timing could have only been orchestrated bysome of their major shareholders also, members of the mainstream media that clearly could not at all stick to the boring facts the public was dying to know with respect to the positions of both of the candidates the mainstream political parties served up for America this last election cycle. Greedy Goldman Sachs To Pay Record Bonuses: Company Slogan Needs Revision
  • More accurately, here are works that were either written for two pianos and later orchestrated, or written for orchestra and later arranged for two pianos.
  • To orchestrate the reaction, the researchers direct a flow of the reactants continuously over a silica gel impregnated with a light-sensitive catalyst.
  • It's well co-ordinated and the instrumentation is brilliantly orchestrated.
  • Things go awry when, during a carefully orchestrated operation to free one of their imprisoned mates, a guard is killed.
  • Fitzcarraldo, which concerns a so-called "conquistador of the useless" who wants to build an opera house in the Peruvian jungle and who orchestrates a boat being pulled across a mountain, he says: "You are talking so far in retrospect-that's three decades back. Slate Magazine
  • More than half of Family Tree is made up of recent, minimally orchestrated vocal performances, and most of them are reprised b-sides.
  • Edmunds has orchestrated several campaigns for Mr Baildon but this one has a new flavour.
  • I really wanted to use the word graceless), I slept beside him in the pediatric ward for the first time since he was born, I orchestrated (felt more like moving mountains) to get this EEG this week, instead of in February. Autism Hub
  • The 1933 Reichstag conflagration, the Gliwice Radio Tower invasion, the Pearl Harbor attack, and, yes, even the Tonkin Gulf Incident were ALL orchestrated events that served to galvanize an unsuspecting populace into supporting unpopular wars. Suicide by F16 fighter jet?
  • Pumping sulfur into the atmosphere is a lot easier than trying to orchestrate the actions of 200 countries — or, for that matter, 7 billion individuals — each of whom has strong incentives to cheat. Re-Engineering the Earth
  • David Hewko, a building program consultant with Cannon , orchestrated this achievement.
  • It's a classic showstopper: dramatic, lavishly orchestrated, and catastrophically over-the-top.
  • Juditha" is filled with beguiling music very lushly orchestrated and filled with exotic Baroque instruments that have ceased to be used in modern orchestras, like the chalumeau sounds like a cross between a flute and a clarinet or the lavishly strung theorbo, giving the score an exotic sound always filled with Vivaldi's sensuous, graceful lyricism. DesignerBlog
  • I believe Bloch also orchestrated it, and it shows up once in a blue moon on concert programs.
  • Her father used to orchestrate proofs about evil as a way of persuading his flock to convert. WICKED: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST
  • Thus a contrived dichotomy between human rights and national security has been artificially orchestrated.
  • The primary threat to America's "winning the future" may be a self-inflicted blow to its economic agility, i.e., a government-orchestrated retreat from liberal capitalism. Our Future Is in Our Hands; We Should Be Concerned
  • The metaphase-anaphase transition is orchestrated through proteolysis of numerous proteins by a ubiquitin protein ligase called the anaphase-promoting complex or cyclosome (APC/C). Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • Whether or not you find it heavenly, though, depends on your appetite for overly orchestrated synthesized schmaltz.
  • And people looking to anesthetize themselves are experts at finding accomplices to orchestrate a conspiracy of denial. The 7
  • The Achilles 'heel of American corporate fascism is BOYCOTTS, BOYCOTTS, & MORE BOYCOTTS yahooBuzzArticleHeadline =' The Achilles\ 'heel of American corporate fascism is BOYCOTTS, BOYCOTTS, & MORE BOYCOTTS'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The number one unplayed card in the American progressive social/political deck is nation wide, internet-orchestrated, targeted corporate boycotts.' The Achilles' heel of American corporate fascism is BOYCOTTS, BOYCOTTS, & MORE BOYCOTTS
  • Generously, one can conclude that this wrong approach is responsible for: misguided references to so-called centralisation of power in the state Presidency (when COSATU has called for a stronger Presidency to ensure implementation of AsgiSA), a misreading of the ANC constitution about the roles of the President and the Secretary-General and, to some extent, a presumed orchestrated marginalisation of Parliament. MANAGING NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TRANSFORMATION
  • In Great Britain he orchestrated the shakedown of the Bank of England in the fall of 1992, while pocketing profits of well over a billion dollars.
  • ‘Anyone who knows me will recognise the orchestrated campaign of character assassination was a tissue of lies,’ he said.
  • Overlaid onto these signals that promote orchestrated cell division are checkpoints that ensure appropriate mitotic spindle formation, a lack of DNA damage, kinetochore attachment, and that each daughter cell has the appropriate complement of DNA. Elites TV
  • It is a way of gauging the sophistication with which Newman evoked specific times and places when he orchestrated and arranged the finished tracks.
  • Rozema skillfully orchestrates all of these elements together, and the result is a richly textured, entertaining and impressive debut.
  • It has also been continuously reorchestrated, Adam's original orchestration having long since been lost.
  • Here Mr. Stroik has successfully orchestrated a hierarchy of scales in form and space that includes the majestic crossing and apse; the great piers supporting the dome; the pilasters carrying a massive, uninterrupted entablature; the gorgeous baldachin looming over the main altar — and so on down the line. A Return to Grace
  • Noble sentiment orchestrates the canvas, which was executed for the subject of the sculpted bust on the pedestal, Dr. Upton Scott.
  • All these processes are regulated by a complex intercellular communication regulating intracellular signal transduction and gene expression leading to an orchestrated re-epithelization of the skin as a whole. Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • Instead the molecules that orchestrate adaptive immunity are found in the jawed vertebrates and nowhere else.
  • You go from this really big, wild, lush, orchestrated sound to this stripped-down early form of jazz.
  • The local part of a global rally, the event is orchestrated by a nonprofit called Invisible Children that's asking volunteers in 100 cities to "abduct" themselves, march to a public place and wait there until they are rescued by prominent state figures and media. IndyStar.com Top Stories
  • Musically, this debut is lovingly and exactingly orchestrated with an array of instruments - not just the usual piano, cello, and drums, but also flute, organ, melodica, and horns - that subtly shade the songs' emotions.
  • He also orchestrates the hourlong setup, plus the sound check and break down.
  • And, if Webern could orchestrate Bach, then why not let Poppen orchestrate Webern?
  • Addio" was pretty much an improvisation orchestrated for the bandoneon and string quintet. Joseph Vella: Interview: Vince Mendoza (Jazz Composer Extraordinaire)
  • They are also the continuing decline of parliamentary politics and political control increasingly orchestrated by a small clique within the Cabinet.
  • Their victory was largely a result of their brilliantly orchestrated election campaign.
  • A meandering labyrinth of cool white space forms a suitably neutral canvas for the carefully orchestrated display of designer objects.
  • Among its new product features is Arrange, a function enabling the use of artificial intelligence to arrange and orchestrate music automatically.
  • Marta had orchestrated the demonstration but she couldn't convince the NRA guys to lose the T-shirts. ROUGH JUSTICE
  • He’s been the orchestrater of Bush’s agendas from the word go! Think Progress » 18 Months Ago, SecDef Nominee Gates Suggested U.S. Withdrawal ‘In A Year or Two’
  • We do detect some sort of orchestrated opposition by incomers to the area, but locals don't seem to be bothered.
  • The demonstration was carefully orchestrated to attract maximum publicity.
  • It was set to five piano pieces orchestrated by Glazunov and unlike the final version was Polish rather than Romantic in character.
  • “And they were quite successful,” says Harvey, adding that the same group that rubbed out miraculin also purported to have orchestrated the criminalization of cyclamate. The Fruit Hunters
  • The organisation had been poised to benefit from a massive campaign orchestrated by the Daily Record.
  • The sound is still aggressive, but it's more orchestrated, so the other two musicians just play timpani and a couple songs with just drums and guitar, respectively.
  • Darren sees all this carefully orchestrated chaos and confusion as a way to unlock closed minds.
  • Nick's maid, Betty Pearce, was the one who had helped him orchestrate his plans in the first place, and she was now to be Nora's personal attendant.
  • I mean this looks like -- I use the expression kabuki dance, to talk about rather well-orchestrated nonsense, but is this just another kabuki dance brought to you courtesy of the Bush administration? CNN Transcript Jun 17, 2008
  • Cushing was able to orchestrate his disunionist grand strategy with the help of two key colleagues, each of whom would rise with his steerage to key positions within both Confederate circles and that of the elite inner circle of Scottish Rite Masonry in Charleston: Albert Pike and John C. Breckinridge. Shadow of the Sentinel
  • It was the end result of a carefully orchestrated campaign, the latest ambition achieved in a remarkable life.
  • He said the chamber is the victim of "a smear campaign" orchestrated with the involvement of the White House. Chamber and Democrats battle over the midterms and election spending
  • And so, while listed as a defender on the team sheet, he often stepped into midfield to orchestrate his team's attacks, thereby adding the word libero to the football lexicon. The Hindu - Front Page
  • There are a number of firms in Washington whose business it is to orchestrate phony letter writing campaigns on behalf of pricey clients.
  • What it does have is a collection of pop songs that are decently orchestrated and fleshed out with dense instrumentation.
  • Hiding behind the hackneyed theme of a ruler being led astray by evil advisers, Becket could have been in no doubt that the scheme had been orchestrated by Henry.
  • He had recently orchestrated a gavotte with variations by Rameau, and had completed his Second Symphony, begun over five years before, but left unfinished until now.
  • Altogether, the president's phrase and the media's speculation played out as a kind of orchestrated duet pivoting on ambiguity.
  • It is endemic, multileveled, and interlinked and the publicized prosecutions and executions orchestrated from Beijing have done little to suppress it. Global impact of Chinese corruption
  • Their victory was largely a result of their brilliantly orchestrated election campaign.
  • Cute harmonies sit atop an orchestrated jangle of guitars and multi-layered harmonies and you just end being spun into their world of indie-reborn - a world for those really interested in music.
  • As well as this, in August we helped orchestrate a series of practical workshops at the London Print Workshop.
  • A new report by Swiss senator Dick Marty says the CIA orchestrated what he calls a spider web of transfer sites throughout Europe with secret detention centers in Poland and Romania. CNN Transcript Jun 7, 2006
  • Since when does the government orchestrate the firing of a private person and assist a private employer in contesting the employee's receipt of unemployment benefits? Archive 2007-02-01
  • Soviet security personnel orchestrated periodic purges inside the east European communist parties.
  • It's hard luck for Ivan Putrov, the conceiver, producer and lead dancer, that his carefully orchestrated project should have been dominated by the news frenzy over Polunin. Men in Motion – review
  • A takeover would be difficult to orchestrate without the backing of the pawnbroker's lenders. Times, Sunday Times
  • Potato rustlers have been at their crop, although the farmers suspect the island's affluent residents are helping themselves rather than an organised raid orchestrated by gourmet gangstas.
  • He originally scored it for electronic sound and Andy Meyers orchestrated it two months ago.
  • This sum includes the cost of ensuring our case is ably orchestrated by John Popham - an essential requirement!
  • Most disturbing, the taxpayer will be funding an enormous, ill-defined programme, without any stipulation as yet that the banks who orchestrated the mess will pay a penalty.
  • The morphological and biochemical changes typical of apoptosis are orchestrated by caspases, a family of cysteine proteinases, which cleave proteins after aspartate residue.
  • This workshop aims to orchestrate a fructuous exchange of ideas, research and practices on socio-constructivist education scenarios using Internet between participants.
  • Textually, his ‘work’ orchestrates a cacophony of human ruin and putrescence.

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